Britain’s premier music tastemaker Annie Mac has announced her definitive selection of favourite tracks from the past year by unveiling the track listing for: Annie Mac Presents 2017.‎

Returning this autumn, the AMP 2017 compilation will be the ninth in the highly anticipated series, which have topped the iTunes album charts the past five years running. Its release will come hot on the heels of her High 5 tour, where Annie will hit five cities across the UK to play five intimate gigs priced at £5.

Annie’s AMP live events series has grown from humble beginnings at the small third room in London’s Fabric nightclub, to curating stages at some of the world’s biggest festivals from Lovebox to Creamfields in the UK, to Ultra in Miami and Dalt Vila in Ibiza and a Coachella festival pool party in Palm Springs. AMP has also embarked on nationwide tours in both the U.K and the U.S hosting events in London, Paris and New York. Not to mention Annie’s very own AMP ‘Lost and Found’ festival in Malta, now in its fourth year.

Meanwhile Annie’s career as a ‎globally renowned DJ and broadcaster goes from strength to strength. Now Radio 1’s ambassador ‎for new music, broadcasting from Monday to Friday from 7pm across the week, Annie has consolidated her position in the music industry as one of its most powerful tastemakers. Known for spotting the stars of tomorrow today, many artists credit Annie for their first break, while labels plan their releases around her on air premieres.

Released on 29th November via Virgin EMI, the AMP 2017 compilation is split across two discs featuring a broad-ranging collection of music that Annie has been playing on radio and out at clubs, parties and festivals over the past year.

With the music that Annie champions being more ubiquitous than ever, never has an AMP compilation felt more reflective of the popular music zeitgeist. Featuring Bicep, J Hus, Little Dragon, Frank Ocean, Jorja Smith, Sampha, Wolf Alice and Stormzy to name a few, the tracklisting encompasses both upcoming and established artists, of varying genres. Boasting everything from international floorfillers, through US Hip Hop to UK Grime and Alt Rock, AMP 2017 demonstrates how the dancefloor is breaking down more boundaries and proving more integrated than ever before.


1. Tieks – Say A Prayer feat Chaka Khan and Popcaan
2. Kah-lo – Fasta
3. Pnau – chameleon (Mele Remix)
4. Ill Blu – Tribalist
5. Frankie Rizardo – Same Man
6. Gerd and Shan – Surrender
7. Mella Dee – Techno Disco Tool
8. Ware and Odyssey – Down With The
9. Marlena Shaw – Get Together (CAtz and Dogs mix)
10. Camelphat and Elderbrook – Cola (franky rizardo remix)
11. Disciples – On My Mind (denney remix)
12. Gorgon City – Primal Call
13. Bicep – Vale
15. Toddla T – Magnet
16. Lorde – Green Light (Chromeo remix)
17. Joe goddard – Home (Eric Kupper remix)
18. Goldie Vs. Ulterior Motive – I Adore You ( Feat. Natalie Williams)

1. Jessie Ware – Midnight (Goldie Remix)
2. The xx – On Hold
3. French Montana (feat. Swae Lee) – Unforgettable
4. J Hus – Bouff Daddy
5. Mura Masa (ft. A$AP Rocky) – Love$ick
6. Not3s – Aladdin
7. Stormzy (feat. Kehlani) – Cigarettes And Cush
8. Khalid – Location
9. SZA (feat. Travis Scott) – Love Galore
10. Little Dragon – High
11. Childish Gambino – Redbone
12. Lil Uzi Vert – The Way Love Goes
13. Jorja Smith – Teenage Fantasy
14. Sampha – (No One Knows Me) Like The Piano
15. Tyler, The Creator (feat. Rex Orange County & Anna of the North) – Boredom
16. Four Tet – Two Thousand And Seventeen
17. Wolf Alice – Don’t Delete The Kisses
18. LCD Soundsystem – Oh Baby


17th November, Constellations, Liverpool
18th November, Move, Exeter
24th November, Studio 2, Southend On Sea
25th November, Bourbon, Edinburgh
26th November, Cosmic Ballroom, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Posted by Annie Mac on Thursday, November 9, 2017

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